Nature is much spookier when you see it up close—especially when it includes bug sex.
Photographer Ulla Lohmann has taken plenty of naps inside the Benbow crater of Vanuatu.
There are 8,000 miles in the famed highway network—and each of them has a story.
This week, Mars rules the space photos.
The fires in northern California have consumed more than 200,000 acres since Sunday.
If it bleeds, it leads—and then it gets piped into wherever you are.
Ian Teh documents China's massive fight against desertification.
Volcanic activity in standing water could have provided conditions for early life.
It's cheaper than a real race car—and almost as much fun.
An image of Seattle Seahawks Michael Bennett burning the flag went viral last week. It's totally fake. But that didn't matter.
A galaxy collision, stormy molecular clouds and too many photos of a comet this week in space.
The story behind the staggering aerial of a ravaged highway in Puerto Rico.
Most people want moths to go away. Emmet Gowin wants to photograph them.
Cassini takes one last look at Saturn's moon, Jupiter's swirling clouds, and a star in a great big bubble this week in space.
It's not exactly historically accurate, but it's certainly entertaining.
Once nearly extinct, there are now more than 100,00 crocodiles in northern Australia. And the government keeps the population in check through regulated hunting.
A glittering barred spiral galaxy, Jupiter's storms, and Cassini's long-awaited Grande Finale dive this week in space.
The Mountains of Kong are magnificent, impassable and totally not real.
In the 1970s, intelligence agencies supposedly sent out cryptic messages over the radio. Photographer Lewis Bush tries to hunt down their origin.
Cassini nears the end of its Grande Finale, the sun releases a giant solar flare, and a shot of Mars' Melas Chasma this week in space.
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